Farewell to the 09-10 Ski Season!
Mark Fuller enjoying some late season POW turns on the Headwall.
One thing is for sure, you never know what may happen in the Tetons. Just as our winter season was literally melting away and spring was making a grand entrance, the jet stream finally shifted into a favorable position and has provided an amazing come back to the 2010 ski season. Snow and wind moved into the region with only a week left at Jackson Hole Mtn. Resort and buffed out weeks of rutted moguls and variable snow with up to 4' of fresh. The snow has brought with it a renewed sense for water in the upcoming runoff... the region was at the cusp of severe drought but now may be just a bit off of normal, the next few weeks hold the key.
March was offering some great action to those who ventured out during the early spring tease. Even though the region is getting snow and the weather has cooled off a bit do not count out the pre-runoff angling, it can be amazing during this time just about anywhere. I prefer the lower reaches of the larger rivers this time of year as the larger trout come lurking from their winter lairs. Get out there and brush up on some streamer casting and perhaps some small dries!